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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of Saint Loup who was Bishop of Limoges in the 7th Century, and whose remains are preserved in the church. The Bishop was (supposedly) responsible for many miracles during his life. Every year, on 22 May, there is a parade through the streets of Limoges to honour the Saint, and St Loup's skull is carried in a gold container, partially open so that people can kiss it and hope for a miracle. Goodness - how sad that people might think this ...
... received quite light prison sentences, but many of the French Alsace people who helped the Germans commit the massacre were pardoned. Political shena****ns are so sickening! We came away glad that we had been to the memorial site, but sad that these types of atrocities have happened since WWII (eg in Bosnia, Serbia, Vietnam, and more recently Iraq and Afghanistan although not always to the same scale). What is it that brings out such sickening behaviour in ...
... of tourists is probably a good thing. The fog has been so heavy in some places that we have been unable to see buildings just in front of our noses! Many of the villages and towns in this area are centred around a chateau, for example, St Julihac with its turret chateau, Coussac Bonnevale with its smaller chateau, and Pompadour with a chateau which is linked to horse studs, horse arenas and horse racing areas. Then there is ...
... called Chabrenas). It is also very beautiful, and we are glad we are staying a week. It is a few kms from the nearest village, Meuzac, and it is owned by an English couple who have lived in France for 11 years. It has beautiful china, linen and furniture, and a log fire as well as radiators in each room. Given we are staying well out of season, we are paying the princely sum of €260 per week for it, which seems ridiculously cheap. ...
... on riding.
Our first stop today is a place called Rocamadour which is famous for its setting in a gorge and on a cliff side, its monastic buildings and historical churches which have been visited by pilgrims for centuries. In fact the subterranean church of St Amadour dates from 1166. I will let the photo's do the talking for its spectacular setting. But it is breathtaking.
We spent a couple of hours there. ...